Demonstrating Our Impact: Download VAC’s Annual Report 2012-13

 This year’s Annual Report focuses on some of our key achievements throughout  2013-13.  In particular it seeks to tell the ‘human experience’ behind the numbers  through case studies, allowing the people we work with to tell their story in their own  words.  In doing so we hope to demonstrate the difference we have made to the civil […]

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Trustees’ Week Events From VAC and VCC 4th – 10th November

Monday  – Introduction to Being a Trustee 10am – 4.30pm This stand-alone course is also day 1 of the VAC Better Governance course which has been successfully running for five year. (You can just sign up to this one day event or to all 5 days of the full course.) This first day looks at […]

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Happy, confident mums and dads have happy, confident children

The CANparent scheme gives parents and carers of children from birth until the end of school year one a voucher worth £100 to spend on parenting classes. “My friend asked me why I went to a school activity on my birthday. I told her I could not think of a better way to spend my […]

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Want to make your voice heard in parliament? Don’t miss ‘Campaigning in Parliament’ Thursday 19th September 10.00am to 12.30pm at VAC

Does your organisation want to make its voice heard in the policy making process? Does your organisation want to influence decision makers but no idea how? Are you a community group that wants to lobby your local MP? Alasdair Mackenzie of Parliament’s outreach service will deliver a presentation on campaigning in Parliament, looking at the […]

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Care Bill consultation: Have your say about how people pay for their care and support in the future.

Central government is proposing to change the way people pay for their care and support. The proposals set out in the Care Bill – which is currently going through Parliament – will change the way people pay for, plan and organise their care and support with an emphasis on ensuring there are clear rules about […]

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‘Improving population awareness and early detection of cancer in the London Borough of Camden’.

Are you interested in taking part of a research that is being carried out by London Cancer? This research is about cancer awareness messages that might help encourage people to go to their doctor earlier with possible signs of cancer. If you take part in this research, you will read a number of messages and […]

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Equalities and Cohesion Fund Round 2: Building Stronger Communities

Camden Council have now opened the second round of the Equalities and Cohesion Fund. The fund aims to build an ever-more inclusive and resilient borough through one or more of the following: • promoting understanding and engagement across different communities • bringing communities together to address local challenges in a way that increases their capacity […]

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Get Free Parenting Classes through the CANparent scheme!!

The CANparent scheme gives parents and carers of children from birth until the end of school year one a voucher worth £100 to spend on parenting classes. Voluntary Action Camden is currently participating in various Road Shows promoting the CANparent Scheme in Camden until September 2013. If you would like to find out more about the […]

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Voluntary Action Camden seeks Mental Health Community Development Worker:

VAC is looking for someone who has experience of working with BMER communities, delivering training, is familiar with mental health issues and organisational development and who can work well as part of a busy team. • 22.5 hours per week (3 days per week) • Salary Scale SO2, Point 32 p.a. £18,210 (inclusive of London […]

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Camden Organisations Can Save Money On Insurance

The Camden Bulk Buying Group will help you save money by accessing negotiated deals and save you time shopping around as we identify preferred suppliers for you. Already 7 community organisations in Camden have signed up so far saving a total of £7536.89 on energy bills and now we are putting together an insurance package […]

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